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Ch2m Hill - Director Decommissioning And Field Remediation Services Resume Example

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William Brown
Professional Summary

Accomplished and energetic Director, Decommissioning and Field Remediation Services with a solid history of achievement and specialized knowledge in Deactivation & Demolition Activities.  Motivated leader with strong organizational and prioritization abilities.  Areas of expertise include time management, problem solving and communication.

Skills
  • Expertise in D4 Activities
  • Proven Leader
  • Proficient Meeting Deadlines
  • Extensive Management Skills
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Operation and Control
Experience
Director Decommissioning and Field Remediation Services Jun 2015Present CH2M Hill Richland, WA
  • Senior management oversight of all D&D activities for the KBO&PR organization.
  • Oversee management of all subcontracts/submittals and change orders at 100K area.
  • Project oversight of all environmental cleanup activities within PBS-41.
  • Oversee project setup for all D&D activities working with organizations such as CP&SM and Soil & Ground Water.
  • Control Account Manager of PBS-41.
  • Interface with DOE, Regulators and Senior Management.
  • Coordinating with Project Control on Project Schedules, Variable Analysis Report, Project Budgets.
  • Communicating/scheduling with multiple Hanford site contractors for the utilization of a diverse work force to support D&D projects.
  • Communicate with KBO&PR Performance Assurance organization on the D4 Projects CRRS system, critiques, Corrective Action Review Board, Hazard Review Board, etc.
  • Interface with D&D project team of SMEs (Waste Management, Transportation, Environmental Compliance, Radiological, Safety) to create a diverse team for Project Oversight and Project Development. 
Project Manager Decommissioning and Remediation Services Oct 2012Jun 2015 CH2M Hill Richland, WA
  • Control Account Manager of PBS-41.
  • Management of PBS-41 with Minimum Safe state.
  • Management of all D&D projects as Federal funding became available.
  • Oversee project setup for all D&D activities within the DWF&RS organization.


Project Manager, 100K Decommissioning Projects Oct 2008Sep 2012 CH2M Hill Richland, WA
  • Management oversight of all D&D Demolition activities, including the 105KE Reactor Fuel Storage Basin removal, meeting CH2M Hill's first milestone.
  • Manage decommissioning of 22 facilities at 100K.
  • Management review/oversight of all Cold/Dark activities.


Sr. Subcontract Technical Representative Mar 2008Oct 2008 Washington Closure Hanford Richland, WA
  • Manage all subcontracts at 100H area.
  • Review all submittals and change orders.
  • Project oversight of all environmental cleanup activities within current contract.
  • Serves as primary point of contact for technical oversight of subcontractor work performance.
  • Responsible for controlling all WCH technical interface with the subcontractor and ensuring all technical milestones are progressing as planned and as subcontracted.
  • Ensure that subcontractor's comply with the submittal requirements established in the Exhibit I, assuring that submittals are sent to the designated contacts, receive within the identified schedule, and distributed for review or information as designated. 
  • Compiles Change Notice documentation, reviews SOW and necessary reference documents (e.g., drawings, sketches, specifications) for clarity, and obtains required WCH reviews and approvals.
  • Works with the Procurement Subcontract Specialist (PSS) to reach agreement on cost and/or schedule entitlement for Change Notices prior to the PSS negotiations with the subcontractor.
  • Responsible for expeditiously reviewing all subcontractor invoices and for forwarding signed copies to the PSS.
  • Periodically check subcontractors performance to ensure that the labor hours charged were necessary and actually occurred on Time and Material Subcontracts.
  • Coordinates the review and approval of subcontractor technical submittals.
  • Working with the Project/Resident Engineer, ensures timeliness and accuracy of WCH comments back to the subcontractor.
  • Oversees subcontractor work activities, ensuring a safe, compliant, and efficient work process, and coordinates with off work groups to ensure the requisite permits, safety and training requirements are obtained and in place prior to work proceeding.


Field Superintendent Oct 2005Mar 2008 Washington Closure Hanford Richland, WA
  • Responsible for Deactivation & Demolition activities for the D4 Project within the 300 area.
  • Oversee/validate preparation for the fiscal year Detailed Work Plan (DWP) schedule, estimate, and construction methods.
  • Work with team (engineering, project management, project controls, craft personnel) to successfully execute project schedules.
  • Manage schedule, craft performance, and forecast on weekly and monthly basis.
  • Track impacts and trends for changes to project conditions.
  • Report issues and changes to enable safe, effective re-planning of activities to ensure most efficient use of resources.
  • Work with planning and controls on reporting costs and schedule variance analysis on a monthly basis.
  • Work with team and field support management on manual craft labor union issues.
  • Monitor activities of subcontractors to ensure compliance with specification and schedules.
  • Extensive experience and knowledge of D&D activities enhances work force and promote a team approach.
  • Encourage and support craft involvement in work planning and setting of Voluntary Protection Program and Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS).
  • Maintain all licenses and certifications required for supervising and performing work on and off the Hanford Site.
  • Ensure all company, State and Federal safety codes requirements and standards are complied with in assigned area of responsibility.
  •  Involved in the Incident Command System and served as the project Building Emergency Director.
  • Assumed responsibilities as Area Superintendent as needed.


Field Superintendent Nov 2000Oct 2005 Bechtel Hanford, Inc Richland, WA
  • Responsible for the Decontamination and Decommissioning construction activities for the Reactor Interim Safe Storage (ISS) Project.
  • Scope included decontamination, demolition and cocooning of 4 Plutonium Reactors.
  • Project consisted of government funding at approximately $10 mil a fiscal year.
  • Oversee/validate preparation of the fiscal year Detailed Work Plan (DWP) schedule, estimate and construction methods for 100 Area D, DR, F & H Reactor ISS projects.
  • Work with team (engineering, project management, project controls, craft personnel) to successfully execute project schedules.
  • Manage schedule, craft performance, and forecast on a weekly and monthly basis.
  • Track impacts and tends for changes to project conditions.
  • Report issues and changes to enable safe, effective re-planning of activities to ensure most efficient use of resources.
  • Work with planning an controls on reporting cost and schedule variance analysis on a monthly basis.
  • Work with team and field support management on manual craft labor union issues.
  • Monitor activities of subcontractors to ensure compliance with specification and schedules.
  • Extensive experience and knowledge of D&D activities enhances the ability to coordinate multi-disciplined work force and promote a team approach.
  • Encourage and support craft involvement in work planning and setting of Voluntary Protection Program and Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS).
  • Maintain all licenses and certifications required for supervising and performing work on and off the Hanford Site.
  • Ensure all Bechtel, State and Federal safety codes requirements and standards are complied with in assigned area of responsibility. 
  • Involved in the Incident Command System and served as the project Building Emergency Director.
  • Assumed responsibilities as Area Superintendent as needed.
Craft Supervisor Jan 1995Nov 2000 Bechtel Hanford, Inc. Richland, WA
  • Responsible for overseeing the decommissioning of deactivated facilities in a safe and timely manner.
  • Interacting and directing both project crewmembers and support craft as needed.
  • Ensure workers are current in training and performing work to their capability.
  • Responsible for the removal of hazardous materials prior to demolition of facilities.
  • Responsible for worker's compliance of procedures and work packages.
  • Promote safety awareness and practices upon all employees.
Decontamination and Decommissioning Level 4 Manager Jan 1993Jan 1995 Westinghouse Hanford Co. Richland, WA
  • Responsible for overseeing the Decommissioning of deactivated facilities.
  • Interact and direct support crafts, ensure employees are trained and qualified for their responsibilities.
  • Responsible for sampling and packaging of radioactive and hazardous waste.
  • Identify, interact and support crewmember needs.
Decontamination and Decommissioning Worker Jul 1989Dec 1992 Westinghouse Hanford Co. Richland, WA
  • Responsible for proper cleanup, handling and packaging of HAZ and radioactive waste.
  • Perform field services per direction of approved work packages.
  • Work directly with support crafts and engineering staff to support Hanford Field Operations.
Education
Journeyman Plumber/Pipefitter: 4-Year Plumber/Pipefitter Apprenticeship Jun 1978 Plumbers & Steamfitters L.U. 598 Tri-Cities, WA
Associate of Arts: General Jun 1974 Spokane Falls Comunity College Spokane, WA
High School Diploma: General Jun 1972 Columbia High School Richland, WA
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Previous Companies:

  • CH2M Hill
  • Washington Closure Hanford
  • Bechtel Hanford

Previous Job Positions:

  • Director Decommissioning and Field Remediation Services
  • Project Manager Decommissioning and Remediation Services
  • Project Manager
  • 100K Decommissioning Projects
  • Sr Subcontract Technical Representative

Schools:

  • Plumbers & Steamfitters L.U. 598
  • Spokane Falls Comunity College
  • Columbia High School

Level of Education:

  • Journeyman Plumber/Pipefitter
  • Associate of Arts
  • High School Diploma

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